The new Windows 11 ends Cortana and does not require a USB for repairs

Microsoft has finally released a new build in the Canary Channel, and unlike previous builds, build 25905 brings quite a few new features.


Let's look at the most notable changes, and one that stands out:

The long-promised 3D Fluent Emoji will be available in Windows 11. However, the app needs additional improvements, so expect more changes in future updates.

A built-in TPM troubleshooter: in build 25905, the Windows Security app (aka “built-in προστασίας από ιούς”) σάς επιτρέπει να πραγματοποιήσετε διαγνωστικά για τον εντοπισμό και την πιθανή issues with the Trusted Platform Module firmware, which is required for those using Windows 11 (on supported hardware).

System repair via Windows Update: you will now be able to ask Windows to perform and reinstalling the current version without changing anything in the apps, files and settings. It will serve as a very handy troubleshooting tool for those who don't have a bootable USB for on-site repair.

Arm32 UWP apps are no longer supported: those using Windows 11 PCs with ARM processors should update their UWP apps before installing the latest Canary. All arm32 UWP apps will not open once the upgrade is complete.

Cortana is now user-removable: Windows 25905 version 11 allows Cortana to be uninstalled like any other app downloaded from the Microsoft Store. Right-click Cortana in the list of all apps and select Uninstall. Previously, removing Cortana required running a terminal command.

The removal of Cortana marks a new era for Windows. The much-hyped digital assistant in 2023 looks pretty stupid and can now be removed in favor of the “smart” Bing GPT

To Bing πλέον είναι μια AI search engine που χρησιμοποιεί το GPT-4 της OpenAI. Η νέα εποχή των Windows είναι εδώ, μόνο που ο πηγαίος κώδικας περιέχει ακόμα κομα από τα Windows XP που κυκλοφόρησαν πριν από 20 χρόνια περίπου. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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